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Interviews originally posted in 1 / 2004

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What Next?
by Barbara Moses

Spirit of Harlem
by Craig Marberry

This Just In
by Bob Schieffer

Essential Manners for Men
by Peter Post

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Healthiness
by Dr. Dean Edell

1968
by Mark Kurlansky

Leadership Presence
by Belle Linda Halpern

Brave Men, Gentle Heroes
by Michael Takiff

Dr. Ro's Ten Secrets to Livin' Healthy
by Dr. Rovenia Brock

The Con Man's Daughter
by Ed Dee

American Dynasty
by Kevin Phillips

Alienable Rights
by Barry Sanders

My Fellow Americans
by Michael Waldman

Slate's Field Guide to the Candidates 2004
by Will Saletan

Dead Line
by Brian McGrory

Family Circle
by Susan Braudy

An End to Evil
by David Frum

The Perfect Wife
by Ann Gerhart

Fanny: A Fiction
by Edmund White

Oracle Night
by Paul Auster

Warrior Soul
by Chuck Pfarrer

Judy Garland: A Portrait in Art and Anecdote
by John Fricke

Negotiate This!
by Herb Cohen


The big "secret" of the book is the influence of Winston Churchill on [the young Jack] Kennedy. Churchill, of course, is the great statesman who put the interests of his country and the world above his own political self-interest. And Jack immediately knew that's what he wanted to be.

- Barbara Leaming
Jack Kennedy: The Education of a Statesman


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"Tickled Pink" by Rita Rudner

"Brave Men, Gentle Heroes" by Michael Takiff

"Tab Hunter Confidential" by Tab Hunter
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